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don't know, maybe it is because i grew up in northern california, think think where does the energy live in a person? and for me rachel singer has survivor skills, her whole family has been killed, why does she deserve to be alive? and so for her i thought a lot about scar tissue, that she is just this walking scar tissue and that helped me a lot. >> rose: and there is a scene, though, where he is in a chair. >> uh-huh. >> rose: i mean that has to be a tough scene for you to film. >> oh, yes. >> rose: where is your head? >> well, during all of those scenes, the doctors becomes a fertility doctor so she has to be a patient and shot all of that stuff for a week in chronological order and even though you know, we are acting he is not performing an examination on me, it is still really embarrassing and humiliating and you put yourself there. >> rose: so you have to identify with the humiliation. >> exactly, so much so that when we finally filmed the attack when rachel comes, you know, he is finally able to attack him, i think i was a little too excited about that scene, and the very f
an extraordinary group of scien titss, mary stein from california san diego, lisa shin from tufts university, kerry russler from emory university, joann difede from cornell and my cohost is dr. eric kandel. a noubl lawyer yet, professor at columbia university and a howard hughes medical investigator. i am pleased to have all of them here this evening at this table. which gin we always do talking to eric kandel. what are we doing this evening. >> post traumatic stress disorder. this is a fascinating disorder. and it is unique in psychiatry. it is perhaps the only psychiatric disorder whose cause we really understand well. post traumatic stress disorder is a response to the physical threats to the integrity of one's self or someone else. it is associated with feeling of tremendous fear and helplessness. we are privileged thave john orien with us today who can tell us directly what it's like to experience post traumatic stress disorder. as you pointed out he's an american hero. he just retired from being litenant colonel in the army. and served 25 years of duty including service in iraq where he firs
in from california, nevada, florida, colorado, other places that are having a moderating influence on the state. and then the third is that the republicans have just gone off the rails. and they're losing the business community little by little so ey are -- >> why are they losing the business community? >> because it has become more about ideology than pragmatism and making the investments that you need to make to compete in the 21st century global economy. not investing in roads and infrastructure the way they should. >> water, not investing in education, just these basic investments that you need to make that have a high return on investment when you're talking about-- . >> rose: an would you argue that you can make those investments and at the same time deal with the definite sithe and at the same time generate growth in the econy? oh i belie so. having served if the legislature now for five terms i believe we could have done a much better job on all of those fronts. but you've got if governor perry, certainly in senator cruz now folk whose idea logically are very much to the fa
: you wrote this in the apartment -- >> he was hanging out in a house in california at the time which was very convenient. we always went to his house, he wins by default with four little girls so we went over there and i don't know how we got worked on between put tong little mermaid 17 times and lunch and bath time but we did. kids climbing all over bhoo is it easy to write with a writing partner? >> yeah. it is the too hard, i give up if it is me by myself. >> rose: really? >> different people have different voices as you well know. >> yeah, but what really -- i mean, john and i like looking back at the script i would be hard pressed to say who wrote what line, because the lines get constantly refined. you know, and it is like a process of improvisation and talking back and forth and trying to make each other laugh and it just, you know, we would spend a day and suddenly during the week i would be looking at what we had done and say this is really good like i am really happy with this. and then we would continue grinding and grinding and grinding and the script really, i mean, i d
in downtown petaluma, california, but it could be anywhere, u.s.a. this is where small businesses live. small businesses that create two out of every three new jobs in the u.s.
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